We’re always up for a good challenge — who isn’t? So, when we were faced with the task to find additional and alternative uses for our upcycled gear, we took the bite. After all, our motto is “Excess Made Useful.”
Where we spend our money matters. Supporting ethical brands that create products sustainably not only helps them succeed, but the more they succeed, the more other businesses will take notice. And if enough of us shop our values, we can enable social change at a high level.
Recently we became of a growing movement called Plastic Free July. A month long challenge, it’s aimed at raising awareness of the problems associated with single-use disposable plastic and challenges us all to reduce our usage
Meet Una Rose! Part of the product development team here at Looptworks, Una helps us create and transform products from excess into great, useful products.
We make many of our products here in the USA. The bulk of our product development is performed in our workshop in Portland, Oregon. Products are designed, mocked up and sampled by our team of makers and sewers.
Our new compact-sized dopp kit may have been the result of a happy accident, but it may just be the perfect size!
25% of fresh water in the US is used to produce food that never gets eaten, simply because it isn't pretty to look at, despite being perfectly edible.
Because imperfect produce isn't sellable due to purely aesthetic appearances, many farms do not attempt to sell it, and simply throw it away.
We've teamed up with the Bonneville Environmental Foundation to create options to further reduce our impact on the environment.
Hopefully throughout the week leading up to Earth Day you’re out giving back to the environment locally, but here are a few things you can also do to help support pro-environmental policy.
Behind the Scenes: Meet Alex. Though relatively new to the Looptworks team, she's already gain office fame as the designer of our dopp kits.
Our friend Kelsi traveled to Iceland with her Northwest Upcycled Backpack and gives us the 411 on planning a trip.
What do you do with 4,000 obsolete game jerseys? If you're the Portland Trail Blazers and looking for a green solution, you call Looptworks, that's what.
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